Earlier this week, US President Donald Trump visited India for two days. During the visit, he held a affair with the country’s top businessmen in the country’s capital.

At this roundtable, India‘s richest man and owner of the country’s better telecom company, — Reliance Jio — Mukesh Ambani, boasted about not using any Chinese apparatus in his mobile network:

We’re the only arrangement in the world that doesn’t have a single Chinese component. It doesn’t have it.

In response, Trump said, “Well, that’s good.  Good.  Put a bid in (to build a 5G network).” 

Just to give you context, Reliance Jio has more than 380 actor mobile subscribers in India. That’s apparently bigger than top carriers in the US such as Verizon and T-Mobile combined, given that the country’s citizenry is almost only 330 million.  India anon counts 1.16 billion mobile subscribers across all carriers.

While Ambani had no reason to acknowledgment this fact, it would’ve surely admiring Trump, who’s been vocal adjoin using Huawei apparatus in telecom basement for fear of the Chinese government alert in. Last year, the US President put the Chinese aggregation on the blacklist, barring it from administering business with US-based firms. The US government is also reportedly set to broadcast a new ruling that may bar adopted companies from bartering goods to Huawei.

Ambani, meanwhile, has continuously encouraged steps taken by Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi in the economic and accomplishment sectors to boost local enterprises. He has also said in the past that “Indian data must be calm by Indians,” in abutment of data localization.

There’s a common fear of Huawei and other Chinese companies alive for the country’s government and sending acute data over the Great Wall. Several countries have banned the Chinese giant from bartering arrangement components. A recent report by Livemint also suggests that the Department of Telecom (DoT) of India gained the power to ban Chinese players from accommodating in government projects.

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